Oxbow Eco-Center Long Loop is a 3.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Port St. Lucie, Florida that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length3.3 miElevation gain13 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashkid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingForestRiverWildflowersWildlife
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Jacob Small
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Hiking

Beautiful trails great wetlands and Woodlands only problem is people need to learn what goes in with you comes out with you pick up your trash

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Danny Rymer
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Mel K
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Walking

Great trail, very long with lots of options. Not great it if has been raining, some parts were muddy. Very shaded.

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ashlyn jimenez
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Nature trips

Super kid friendly!! The trails with the figurines and statues was definitely a favorite. We didn’t see any turtles but it might have been the time of day or what not. A lot of possibilities for sporting wildlife

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Maria Rodriguez
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Don Krueger
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Moises Garcia
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Hiking

Trail is well established. Pretty well shaded. We were out here once before and it was flooded. Not much to look at along trail. Did not make it to overlook tower.

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Jim Doucette
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mohammad ramezani
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Nice

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Linda Romano
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Hiking

Very nice. The River trail was a little challenging but very fun.

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Chrystal Romano
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Hiking

Beautiful park! They are also very dog friendly. The park loves seeing the dogs here. So bring your fur baby for a day of hiking!

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Shannon Rizer
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Gregg B
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Evi T'Bolt
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Hiking

Excellent trail! A little narly in places with roots, but altogether great variety of foliage and trees.

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Alison Smolarek
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Hiking

Nice trail. Very easy walking and beautiful sites. Dog friendly on a leash.

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Howard Myers
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Hiking

excellent walk! signs need some work.

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Amirarsalan Pakravan
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Hiking

Not enough signs

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Kelly Vander Werf
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Hiking

We saw a gopher tortoise and a black racer. Great weather. Some slick mud and knobby roots, not great for the stroller

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Gregg B
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Melissa Morales
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Hiking

Couldn’t finish trail because of flooding

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Yenia Sanchez
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Running

This trail is really nice because most of the time. During hurricane season most of the trails are flooded but other than that it great and is really made up of about 6 different trails that connect to one another at some point. the map above is not actually the entire deries of trails available just 3 of them.

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Adrian Ocampo
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Hiking

Does not drain well

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Wanda Conrad
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Hiking

According to website dogs on leashes are welcome.

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Kelly K
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This was a lovely hike! Beware of the Blue Heron and Scrub Jay Trails, for they flood and become quite mucky after rainfall; there were areas greater than ankle-depth. A variety of birds, butterflies, a tortoise, and a wild hog were spotted.

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Gregg B
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Ayesha Shakoor
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No complaints. Giving the trail a 4 felt nitpicky so 5 stars it is. The scenery wasn't mindblowing or anything but it's very nice and the trail is maintained and easy to stay on. This is a nice walk that takes you through pine scrub and then to the river. A portion of it is really muddy (the Scrub Jay Trail) so choose your shoes accordingly. This is also the only place I needed to keep an eye on the trail blazers (orange, on the trees). You can also just avoid this area, since there's another way to get to the river, but I kind of like it. Bug spray recommended, but we came unprepared once and got through okay.

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Madeleine Arencibia
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HikingMuddy

It's a beautiful area with a lot of different trail options. I recommend grabbing a map and checking out a few of the different paths. each one is a totally different environment! I did most of the Blue Heron Trail and then broke off to the Scrub Jay and part of the Otter Trail. The Scrub Jay and Otter were my favorite!

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Lindsay Williams
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Hiking

We took the gopher tortoise trail to the otter trail because other reviews said the otter trail was one of the best. Unfortunately there was a very muddy section on the otter trail which we couldn’t pass and so we didn’t even make it a quarter of the way through that one. Also, we had a jogging stroller - which the otter trail wasn’t really compatible with. What we did see of the Otter trail was very beautiful - lots of shade, right next to the water, and even a kayak dock. The gopher tortoise trail had some shade, but the blue heron trail didn’t have very much shade at all. Both of these trails were stroller compatible. Make sure you pick up a trail map at the eco center before heading out. They have them outside, right by the door. Definitely worth going back, although maybe when it’s cooler.

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